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I use Dvorak as my primary keyboard layout. For writing in my native language(Bengali), I'd like to use the Probhat layout. But Probhat assumes that you are using a QWERTY layout. How do I make it understand that I'm using Dvorak so that it matches with the corresponding Dvorak keys?

Clarification: For example, when I press 'E'('D' in QWERTY), the Probhat layout understands it as a 'D'(ড). I want that it understands it as 'E'(ী).

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Sooo I've never used this language but in your setting you can go to the keyboard click on layout settings, on the little +, then search for Bengali and I can see different kind of probhat, you can search for Dvorak inside, but after a few test you should find what you want.

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